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Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffNovember 14, 2016, 2:29pm
submitted by the Interscholastic League of Honolulu
Most Valuable Player: Rainena Schenbeck-Chang, Christian AcademyCoach of the Year: Stacy Nishimura, Christian Academy
FIRST TEAMMB: Khrystyna Kanahele - Junior - Christian AcademyOH: Sonny Rodrigues - Freshman - Christian AcademyS: Shaina Duran - Senior - Island Pacific AcademyMB: Katie Gordon - Senior - Island Pacific AcademyOPP: Caitlin Komatsu - Senior - Island Pacific AcademyOH: Katelyn Kamei - Sophomore - St. Andrew'sL: Kalena Spotakeff - Senior - Island Pacific Academy
HONORABLE MENTIONKirsten Goeas, Christian AcademyJessica Tokuda, Christian AcademyAlyssa Tokunaga-Magno, Christian AcademyIsabella Geppert, St. Andrew'sLiliana Hankins, St. Andrew'sFelisa Hollenbeak, St. Andrew'sHailey Gasmen, St. Andrew'sKira Terada, St. Andrew's
Tori Lynn Maeda scored all of Iolani's fourth quarter points to lead Raiders.
The Cougars and Sabers each had a player record a hat trick.
Moanalua and Kalani each survived barnburners to set up rematch.
Open will have six teams while D1 and D2 has eight teams each.
Top-ranked Pearl City still holding strong as the OIA tourney gets started.
The Raiders are on the cusp of clinching first state berth since 2013.